Winfrey used her verified Twitter account to refute the fake story which was reportedly started by conspiracy group QAnon.
Irma's Southwest in Houston were grateful for the kindness of a stranger.
Sherrod Brown questioned why the Senate majority leader returned to Kentucky given the urgency of passing the bill.
The Californian congressman told Fox News that the economy was being hit unnecessarily by coronavirus and said people should go out and support local businesses.
Scenes of crowded U.S. airports have been shared on social media as travellers returning from Europe face screening.
The death toll continues to climb and restaurants and cafes have been shut in Spain and France.
Nobody matched the numbers and the Powerball to win the top prize, which has now rolled over to Thursday.
Alex Cruz told staff in an internal memo that the outbreak will lead to job cuts, "perhaps for a short period, perhaps longer term."
Capital Economics issued the gloomy prediction, which would see the U.S. suffer its worst slump since the financial crisis more than a decade ago.
Martha MacCallum pressed Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services administrator Seema Verma on the White House response to the outbreak.
A record 32 million Latinos will be eligible to vote in the 2020 general election.
The U.S. president announced in a prime time address from the Oval Office there would be a temporary ban on travel from Europe, but there are several exemptions.
The president announced that the U.S. would suspend all travel from Europe, but the restrictions would not apply to the U.K. and Ireland.
The penal reform group has voiced concerns echoed by top Democrats about the impact the virus will have in U.S. prisons.
The legislation needs to be approved by Russia's Constitutional Court and will go to a referendum on April 22.
The Russian president told the Tass news agency that he phoned his U.S. counterpart to thank him for information that prevented a terror attack in St. Petersburg.
The former first lady told Vogue about the difficulties women face in positions of leadership and how important it is that girls get a good education.
Alexei Navalny has criticised the move by the Duma, which could mean Putin will stay in power until he is at least 83 years old.
Earlier this month, the head of the Catholic church tested negative for coronavirus and he made the plea to his clergy during a livestreamed mass from within the Vatican.
The former vice president was asked by MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell about the Vermont senator's proposals for universal health care.
Nathaniel Woods was executed this week by lethal injection despite repeated calls to the Alabama governor for clemency.
The Vermont senator praised Sen. Elizabeth Warren who dropped out this week for trying to tackle a "corrupt political system in which billionaires are buying elections."
Woods was convicted for the killings of three police officers who were shot dead, but his co-defendant said he never pulled the trigger.
Willie Mae Harris was jailed in 1985, had gone blind in prison and was recommended for parole five times before.
The president told Fox News anchor Sean Hannity he thinks the death rate is "way under one percent."
Authorities started investigating after the marble slabs started to arrive in the port of Valencia. Five people have been arrested.
Henrietta Mitaiare, 23, and Mary Roberts, 53, were angry their baby carrier was put into the hold on their flight from Zurich to London on May 2.
A customer at the restaurant in Evansville, Indiana, asked to be served by a white staff member in an alleged racist incident that Olive Garden is investigating.